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CMS 7th SS Ch 17

Chamberlain Middle School 7th Grade SS Chapter 17

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Eurasia is the landmass that includes Europe and Asia.
The shape and elevation of the land in a region is called its topography.
Which element of European geography contributed to the development of feudalism? the rivers, which allowed the Vikings to attack inland cities
Monks and missionaries were similar in that they both helped spread Christian teachings to new areas.
What can you infer about Charlemagne from his accomplishments? He wanted to gain great power in Europe.
In what way were Charlemagne’s empire and the old Roman Empire similar? Both included large parts of Europe.
The invaders from Scandinavia who attacked Europe during the 700s and 800s were called Vikings.
A manor was a large estate owned by a knight or lord.
Samurai warriors and European knights both followed codes of behavior that emphasized loyalty.
The feudal system lasted longer in Japan.
The ____________________ separate Europe from Asia Urals
____________________ was built on an island in a river to make the city hard for raiders to reach. Paris
The capital of the Holy Roman Empire in the 800s was ____________________. Aachen
One of ____________________ major accomplishments was building schools all across Europe Charlemagne’s
William the Conqueror defeated the British king in the ____________________ in 1066. Battle of Hastings
The ____________________ allowed farmers to plow fields using horses horse collar
The English word ____________________ has a similar meaning to the Japanese word Bushido chivalry
A ____________________ is a three-line poem of 17 syllables haiku
the Latin word for “Middle Age” medieval
People who try to convert others to a particular religion missionaries
Religious men who lived apart from society monks
Communities of monks monasteries
King under whose rule the Franks became Christian Clovis
Pieces of land given to knights as payment fiefs
Worker who was tied to the land serf
A large estate owned by a knight or lord manor
A code of honorable behavior chivalry
A small farmer who did not own land peasant
Towns in southern Europe grew mostly on coastal plains. Towns in northern Europe grew mostly on riverbanks.
Charlemagne was crowned emperor by Pope Leo III.
During the Middle Ages, NORTHERN Europe was occasionally invaded by Vikings
Many women who wanted power and influence during the Middle Ages joined the Christian Church. Christian Church.
While nearly all Europeans were Christian the Japanese were split among three different religions.
Created by: wjewell on 2012-03-27



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